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10 Best NoSQL Databases

By SiliconIndia  |   Tuesday, 09 October 2012, 04:29 Hrs   |    3 Comments
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Bangalore: NoSQL database is an extensive class of database management systems that are not built on tables and usually don’t use structured query language for data calculation. Compared to full SQL systems, these databases are more flexible, faster and significantly superior in scalability and performance factors. In short, NoSQL database management systems are useful when working with a huge quantity of data, as its nature does not require a relational model for data structurization.

Earlier NoSQL databases where immature enough that they were considered just as mere experiments. But later, as the technology got better, most of the data stores acquired their upgrades and patches. With that here is a list that features top 10 NoSQL databases; strictly for lots of data.

#10 Lucene:

Lucene uses large block of texts to index, which makes it a unique NoSQL database. But the storage pattern is same as any other data store. Lucene or Solr mainly works on queries that aren't limited to exact matches but looks for words or parts of words that appear in blocks. Usually it uses metadata that is attached to a bundle of keys, which represents unique value for each data set.

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Reader's comments(3)
1: Top 10, based on nothing! This post is a joke.
Posted by:Jack Hughwing - 23 Nov, 2013
2: ridiculously slow site and this is silicon India!
Posted by:scientist - 31 Jan, 2013
3: good to know...
Posted by:Fallen - 09 Oct, 2012